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Czechia February 2024: Hyundai (+39.4%), Volvo (+138.8%) stand out

The Hyundai i30 is up to third place overall in Czechia in February.

The Czech new car market is up a solid 8.9% year-on-year in February to 18,328. This means the year-to-date volume is now up 13.9% to 38,689. Skoda (+6.6%) is a little behind the market growth and is down to 33.8% share after hitting a four-year high of 42.3% in January. Hyundai (+39.4%) surges ahead to 11.5% share vs. 9.6% so far this year, it is followed by Toyota (+0.1%), Volkswagen (-9.7%), Kia (+6.2%) and Dacia (-2.8%) ensuring the Top 7 stays identical to that of January but all underperforming. Volvo (+138.8%) and BMW (+30.6%) stand out in the remainder of the Top 10 whereas Mercedes (-45.5%) implodes.

The Skoda Octavia (+35.5%) dominates the models ranking once again with 10.9% share, ahead of the Skoda Karoq (+35.5%) up five spots on January to #2. The Hyundai i30 (+47.9%) steps up three ranks on last month to secure its first podium finish since July 2023. It is followed by the Skoda Fabia (-10.1%) and Scala (-11.7%) both in trouble. The Hyundai Tucson (+24.2%) is up to #6 while the Skoda Superb (+25.5%) is also strong at #9. The Kamiq (#7) and Kodiaq (#8) make it seven Skodas in the Top 9.

Previous month: Czechia January 2024: Skoda up to highest share in 4 years, Ssangyong breaks into Top 10

One year ago: Czechia February 2023: 6 Skodas in Top 6, Toyota up 67.2%, sales up 18.3%

Full February 2024 Top 50 All brands and Top 285 All models below.

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